Join us for an artist talk on Tuesday, October 25th at 6pm MDT with current exhibiting artist Kev Liang in conjunction with his exhibition Just add oil; I feel cold. The event will be drop-in and free to attend.
Remote Accessibility: For those unable to attend in person, we have arranged a zoom call to join the talk virtually. Please note the event will be recorded for archive purposes.
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Meeting ID: 817 5162 6012
Just add oil; I feel cold, is about all the things as a diasporic and queer 2nd generation Chinese-Canadian. Experiences of generational trauma, cold existential anxieties of ending up a queer man, keeping up with and dominating our capitalist workforce, and the everlasting search for kinship and ephemeral warmth.
Kev Liang is a multidisciplinary artist based in Edmonton, Alberta where he graduated with his BFA in Intermedia and Printmaking from the University of Alberta in 2021. He has exhibited at the U of A, Latitude 53, SNAP Gallery, the Art Museum at the University of Toronto for the 2021 BMO 1st Art award and has work experience from The Works Festival and Latitude 53. Kev tackles his queer, 2nd-gen Chinese Canadian identity and its existential anxieties related to lineage and prosperity. He has recently finished SNAP Gallery’s Emerging Artist residency, with his solo exhibition opening on October 1st.
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